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Despite the multifarious benefits of improved cooking stoves (ICSs) over traditional biomass stoves, the ICSs adoption rate in rural Bangladesh remains nominal. This paper provides evidence that there is a growing demand for this environmentally friendly and less-hazardous stove. Using a discrete choice experiment (DCE) technique, we surveyed 259 s...
There is a high prevalence of gender gap in Bangladesh which might affect women’s likelihood to receive maternal healthcare services. In this backdrop, we aim to investigate how gender inequality measured by intrahousehold bargaining power (or autonomy) of women and their attitudes towards intimate partner violence (IPV) affects accessing and utili...
This study attempts to capture the impact of trade liberalization on the shrimp sector of three countries, namely Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. By analyzing the country specific studies from these three countries, the study found that trade liberalization in the shrimp sector of these countries increases export earnings and creates gainful employm...
Rural-urban adult migration mainly adult male migration makes heavy demand on all family members, but especially on children who are left behind in rural area to shoulder the responsibility of agricultural production and food security. Labor shortage due to rural-urban adult migration may mean that children in rural area often have to face tighter...
i) To identify patients’ perception about receiving mistreatment from the private clinics located in Khulna, Jashore, and Satkhira districts. ii) To explore the patient-centric perception of sources of mistreatments in the private clinics. iii) To assess patient-centric health, economic, psychological, and social impact of mistreatments received from the private clinics.
- To explore the value chain of e-marketing (online marketing) in different segments (e-tailing in farm products, grocery, home-based cooked and food items, electronics, and services) particularly with the enterprises and entities located in Khulna, Jashore and Satkhira. - To identify job employment nodes in the online marketing value chains and assessment of their current status (i.e., types, number, activities, and working condition of employments in employment nodes of the online marketing value chains). - To develop a supply-side analysis of the bottlenecks and potentials for improving employment nodes in the online marketing value chains. - To develop a demand-side analysis (end market analysis of the online marketing value chain) of online marketing in order to develop a forecasting pull factors for employment creation in online marketing. - To identify an ecosystem for enhancing employment generation impacts of online marketing. - To forward policy guidelines for enhancing the role of online marketing in employment creation.